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Robert Kinicki

The Global School
Adjunct Instructor/Lecturer
BS Mathematical Sciences CWRU 1968
MS Computer Science Indiana University 1975
PhD Computer Science Duke University 1978

Bob Kinicki has been a computer science faculty member since 1978. He enjoys the project-oriented nature that is at the heart of the WPI Plan. Serving as an advisor for MQPs, IQPs, and graduate research activity enables him to educate students via small-team interactions. His teaching is focused on computer networking, and he finds it rewarding to prepare students to handle the complexities of modern computer networking in their future careers. While keeping up with the latest innovations in network communications such as wireless and sensor networks is challenging, Bob believes that studying and conducting research on the latest network innovations is both exciting and important for engineering and science students.

Fuller Labs 135

Scholarly Work

Adaptive Explicit Congestion Notification (AECN) Techniques for Heterogeneous TCP Flows. 2002. TR-01-20.
Characteristics of Streaming Media Stored on the Web. 2003. TR-03-18.
MTP: A Streaming-Friendly Transport Protocol. 2005. TR-05-10.
Modeling and Simulating Packet Dispersion in Wireless 802.11 Networks. 2006. TR-06-03.
1995 Computer Science Department MQP Review. 2095. TR-95-01.